08/ 09/ 2016
If I were a part of an outfit, I’d be that awkward pair of jeans, the one that’s hard to mix and match with, or that skirt you bought because it’s different, then you realized it’s too different you had it collecting dust in your closet.
I’ll be that crazy looking shoes that don’t blend with any outfit, you need to find an equally crazy looking dress to go with it.
If I were an outfit, I won’t be that denim jeans, the Ms. Congeniality of every wardrobe.
I’ll be that off trend skirt only a weirdo would wear, or an oversized top with padding on the shoulders only an experimental person would muse.
If you’re reading this and you feel the same? welcome to the club.
We are the introverts, haha.
It used to bother me that I don’t have a lot of friends, that I can’t be with certain types of crowd, that I can’t spit a word when I’m with certain group of people.
I thought it was a phase, it wasn’t.
I thought it would go away, it didn’t.
I thought I was disliked.
I thought I was abnormal, but no I wasn’t (okay fine, abnormal a little haha).
It took me ages to figure that out, or someone pointed it out (Thanks Krystal Dunkin, you gave me that aha! moment) and it’s amazing how one discovery changed the way I feel about my sociality.
Now I understand why some people think I’m quiet, why I don’t get bored with silence, why I have very very few friends.
And it’s okay, it’s okay not to be Ms. congeniality.
Introverts, it’s okay.
Location: Byxby Bridge Big Sur, CA
Photo Credit: Boyfriend
To God be the glory.